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Some fossils to feed the need

I have been jonesin' like nothing else to go fossil hunting. I had big deadlines at work, then vacation, then catch up at work. By the weekend, I was so ready for da f0ssZ to mach 10 it down to my new crib for some down and dirty shark tooth hunting. We couldn't dive, so the new boat is still not broken in. I took df down to the pond I racked so hard at last time I went, but it was completed and full of water so we settled for a nearby ditch. At 95 degrees F and 95% humidity we were sapped within 2 hours and had to take a Taco Bell breather. After our feast, we hit an old, shady spot that I haven't touched in several years. It was much more bug infested than the first spot, but such is the price to pay for shade. My best find this visit was a deer tooth, my first ever in decent condition. We left and got back right on time, and df went on home. My family went to see the new Willy Wonka movie, so I headed back out to the second spot for another half hour of digging before my afternoon appointment with Jedi Master. The extra 30 minutes proved to be well worth the extra effort as I came home with one of the baddest angustidens I've seen in a while. It was a great day hunting, but soon, very soon, I will become the water weEziL and rescue untold riches from the murky depths.
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

ID479
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Date Added7/16/2005

  

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